This destination is a beautiful year-round guest ranch and horse farm conveniently nestled in Central Georgia's Historic Heartland. The ranch has been named by Travel and Leisure Magazine as "One of America's Best Dude Ranches". With more than 150 quality Paint and Quarter Horses, the ranch is best known for its exceptional horse riding programme, unguided riding opportunities and peaceful setting. The ranch offers an all-inclusive riding package during which you can experience the delightful accommodation, exceptional cuisine and southern hospitality.
Horse riding is the featured activity and horses outnumber guests by more than 7 to 1 so there's sure to be a suitable horse for you. The climate in Georgia is great for riding all year round. The riding programme even allows competent riders the opportunity to ride on their own if they desire, but small guided groups are always available. Guests are encouraged to groom and help tack up their own horse for a true, hands-on, bonding experience. Whether you want to ride lazily across beautiful open pastures or trot and canter through lush wooded trails, the ranch can accommodate your needs. There are non-riding plans available with reduced rates should anyone in your group not want to give it a try.
This is a family-owned and operated ranch where more than two dozen foals are born each year. Guests have virtually unlimited opportunities to touch, photograph and interact with many of the foals and other horses and the herd can be seen grazing from the porch, deck, dining room and even the pool area. When not in the saddle, guests can enjoy relaxing by the swimming pool taking part in ranch activities such as pool, darts and mountain biking or exploring the surrounding area. The simple all-inclusive package means that you can enjoy riding twice a day, three tasty meals, comfortable accommodation and unlimited non-alcoholic drinks and snacks without the need to worry about extra costs.
The ranch's philosophy is "it can't be a horse lover's paradise if it's not a horse's paradise first."